The human body is designed to burn fat and can do so when encouraged by exercise. While most everyone knows that working out and maintaining a healthy level of physical exertion does improve weight loss efforts, how this happens on a molecular level has always been a mystery to researchers and scientists, until now. Thanks to the evidence that has been found by researchers, people struggling to lose weight may have new hope for fat burning medications.
Millions of people have troubling issues with being overweight that can be life threatening. For example, diabetes and heart disease are conditions that are far more dangerous when obesity is coupled with them. New research has found that weight loss can occur at a greater rate when BAIBA (beta-aminoisobutyric acid), a metabolite, is triggered. BAIBA has been found to be created by muscle proteins during exertion and exercise.
Researchers feel if BAIBA and its benefits could be harnessed in a drug, millions of people could experience greater results in their weight loss efforts than they would without it. Studies show that when BAIBA is released during physical exertion, the risk of diabetes and heart disease decrease significantly. Researchers have found that when levels of BAIBA are higher, the greater decrease is blood sugar occurs, a definite benefit for diabetics.
Maintaining a regular schedule for exercise can help you experience clearer thinking, greater self-esteem and can help to lower your risk of diseases of like diabetes and heart disease. Exercising regularly can also help to lower your risk for many other types of metabolic conditions as well.